News coverage around crimes committed by minorities continue to emphasize immigration status, ethnicity and race.
Justice was served, but nobody knew.
International Human Rights Body Condemns Family Separation Under Trump Administration’s Zero Tolerance Immigration Policy
Demands reunification of separated families and halt to deportation of parents.
Hundreds of Immigrant Children, Youth and Families Join Logic’s Performance at 2018 VMAs to Protest Trump Administration’s Family Separation and Detention Policy
In powerful performance, children and youth stand up for others who have been harmed by Trump’s cruel immigration policies.
Latino Rebels Radio: August 19, 2018
Upon Hugo Balta’s request for The Washington Post to consider a follow-up series on the initial piece, Marty Baron replied he would not assign a reporter to do a follow-up of the story.
Co-founder Justino Mora said he was terminated last week, and is now calling for the resignation of Francisco J. Barragán, the organization’s president.
Grammy winner sits down with Latino Rebels and explains why she decided to pay tribute to the Cerro Maravilla murders of 1978.
This was the second time this year that teleSUR English Facebook page was taken down this year.
“The Washington Post has a long tradition of narrative reporting on the experiences of immigrants and minorities in America, as recent work by a number of Post reporters vividly demonstrates,” a spokesperson said.
Latino Rebels Radio: August 12, 2018
Puerto Rico’s Department of Corrections Awards a Contract to CoreCivic That Would Transfer Inmates to Arizona
The agency expects the company to sign the contract and get the approval from the Financial Oversight and Management Board for Puerto Rico in two weeks.
The vast majority of those apprehended are from Guatemala.
Bases slated to house families have a history of radioactive and chemical contamination.
“The new Colombian presidency is only an example of how lost we are politically in the world. The world is passing through a crazy time,” Simón Mejia said.